Run Nation: Running Film Festival
Thursday 28th July 2016
Run Nation Running Film Festival is a compilation of human interest stories, where running is used as the medium of story telling. The 2 hours screening includes feature film, Mira Rai, never seen before stories on four Australian running personalities, selected pieces submitted by the wider public, and other inspirational and motivation running related content.
The short piece below is part one of four of the 'Why do you run' series, specially commissioned by Run Nation Running Film Festival to encourage submissions which will give you a taste of what to expect in this year's running film festival.
Find more info at http://www.runnation.com.au/
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SALA Exhibition Official Opening - Billy Oakley
Tuesday 2nd August 2016, 6:45pm (work on display for all of August)
This year we're very excited to be hosting the very talented young local artist Billy Oakley.
His works represent "the introspection of a 20 year old oil based impressionist painter. From portraits to landscapes they're stylistically vehement paintings, bold colour and heavy handed strokes."
Please feel free to pop along for the official opening on the 2nd of August to meet the artist himself. Refreshments will be available.
Billy's work will be on display in the foyer of the Capri Theatre from the 20th of July through to the end of August as part of the SALA exhibition. There will be many artists displaying their works in the various venues along Goodwood Road so you can spend some time mooching along the street and soaking up the atmosphere.
Nostalgia Night - Arsenic and Old Lace
Friday 5th August 2016, 7:00pm
What's more nostalgic than an old black and white Cary Grant movie? Seeing it at the Capri of course, with an old school program including cartoons, shorts, news reels and the mighty WurliTzer organ!
Arsenic and Old Lace is a frenzied, hilarious, madcap black comedy from celebrated director Frank Capra. The slapstick film, with murderous aunts compassionately serving up elderberry wine laced with arsenic to elderly gentlemen - with their crazy nephew assisting by burying the unfortunate victims. It frequently features as one of the top comedies of the 40s. And what better year to celebrate the 40s than our 75th anniversary year! Cary Grant et al are on sparkling form in this classic darkly twisted and macabre comedy.
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The Capri's 75th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday 8th October 2016
Here's another date for your diary. This will be a very special night of celebrations as we celebrate our 75th birthday. Yes, I'm sure we'll have some cake!